Teacher of Geography
Worcester Sixth Form College, Worcester, Worcestershire
|Job role||Teacher, Suitable for NQTs|
|Working pattern||Full-time only|
|Salary||£24,764 - £40,418|
A well-qualified, innovative and motivated (newly qualified or experienced) full time teacher of geography is required to teach A Level Geography. The ability to teach one or more of the following, as a second subject, would be desirable - Geology, Environment Science, or Travel and Tourism.
Geography is a well-established, highly successful and popular subject area. Results are often higher than national benchmarks, with a high proportion of students progressing onto Higher Education including Russell Group universities.
It is hoped to recruit an excellent teacher who would want to contribute to the future success of the department and be fully involved in the delivery of courses for the 16-19 age group. They should aim to make their teaching an exciting experience for students and to involve them in a wide range of activities which enhance their understanding and commitment.
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|Education phase||Sixteen Plus|
|School size||No information available|
|Age range||16 to 19|
|Ofsted report||View Ofsted report|
|Website||Worcester Sixth Form College website (opens in a new window)|
About Worcester Sixth Form College
Worcester Sixth Form College are committed to providing the very best support to all of our students so that they can reach their full potential. Every student is in a tutor group supported by a specialist personal tutor. We also have huge expertise in providing careers and higher education guidance tailored to individuals’ needs. This means students’ progression after College is as smooth as possible. The percentage of our students applying to UCAS who are successful in obtaining university places is very significantly above the national average. Our learning support provision has an excellent reputation as we are fully qualified to support students with a broad range of learning needs to ensure that they are successful. As a 16-19 Academy, we offer a very special environment with the right balance of support and challenge to enable students to thrive and to prepare for their transition to life after College, whether that be employment or further study.
Buildings and Facilities
The College has an excellent site on the SE edge of the city bounded by ancient woodland, the County Hall water gardens and an 11-16 partner school. The building, originally designed for 1,000 girls in the old grammar school and opened in 1962, is of modern construction on four floors and has been adapted to provide access for students with physical disability. A number of building projects both major and minor have been completed since 1984 and high quality specialist facilities are now available to students and staff in all departments.
Spetchley Road, Worcester, Worcestershire, WR5 2LU